The Firehouse Restaurant

The Firehouse was built in 1853 and is located on the historic riverfront district. It served as Engine Company No. 3’s original station. In 1960, it opened as a restaurant and has five cool Gilded Era dining rooms with 12-foot ceilings. It also showcases mahogany wainscoting, ornate mirrors and massive paintings of grande dames and friskier ladies hanging from them.

In addition, the sprawling brick courtyard at the back of The Firehouse is an iconic part of Sacramento’s history. Sacramentans have dined, politicked and gotten married in this space that still boasts cool breezes from its proximity to the riverfront. Also, The Courtyard is the most popular for weddings. It won local awards such as “best special occasion”, “best outdoor dining” and “most romantic restaurant”. This area of The Firehouse provides an escape to another place and time with its wrought-iron balconies, ivy covered brick walls, fountains, and canopy on mulberry trees that will transport guests away from Sacramento. It will eventually make you feel like you are in New Orleans! Perhaps, in any romantic place in that matter.

At The Firehouse, they offer a one-of-a kind setting with impeccable service. For nearly 60 years, the venue has earned its reputation for being unparalleled in ambiance and detail when hosting your special event. When you’re planning your wedding, every detail matters. You want to create a lasting impression with the right venue for an intimate or grand occasion that helps make it magical. In here, there are 5 unique locations to choose from, so go pick the perfect one for your party! And don’t worry, you will be guided by the experts from this historical venue all the way.

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